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Burnley could escape the relegation zone with a win

West Ham are the visitors to Turf Moor on Sunday afternoon, and having already secured qualification to the next stage of the Europa League, David Moyes was able to make 11 changes for Thursday night’s loss to Dinamo Zagreb.

However, despite being able to rest most of his first team, the Hammers are still missing Kurt Zouma, Angelo Ogbonna, Ben Johnson, and Ryan Fredricks – all out with injury, but Aaron Cresswell is close to making a full return.

As for the Burnley camp, Connor Roberts is a major doubt with illness, Ashley Barnes is still out, but Maxwel Cornet and Ben Mee will be given the chance to play with late fitness tests.

A win for Burnley could see them move out of the relegation places with a game in hand on the teams around them, whereas a win for West Ham would keep them in 4th place.

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